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to the place that some gulag of our time. the world's faceless march protest movement anonymous spread their message across the globe with crowds rallying against online snooping and government corruption. morris by revelations was britain reportedly running a secret listening post in the heart of berlin right on the roof of the u.k. embassy. and eastern libya swears in its own government as it boil rich region tries to break away from tripoli blaming authorities for failing to maintain peace and security in the country.
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this is r.t. coming to you live from moscow with me marina joshing. people in hundreds of cities across the world are expected to take part a mass rallies planned by the global protest group anonymous the day of action is called the million mask march it's uniting those protesting against a violation of online privacy as well as corporate greed and corrupt governments were passed or is wearing guy fawkes masks are demonstrating their allegiance was the anonymous hacktivist group and the miss for its online anti-government actions well earlier my calling as a farmer spoke to american activist greg and he says the group hopes the global demonstration will encourage people to stand up for what they believe. one of my big pushes with all of the kind of real world stuff we've been doing not the online stuff for me has been to get more people or i like to call activated get more people out there just doing something you know i don't even care what you believe i want you on the streets telling people about it in getting things done so i think
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this type of event is going to just help to get more people active in the system and i have a feeling that more people active in the system can only be better for the people. now one of the biggest rallies is expected in washington d.c. where thousands are planning to show up for the march earlier it is going to check our met with some of the activist in the u.s. capitol to find out what's behind their protest. the anonymous are calling for hacktivists activist and ordinary citizens to stand up against what they see is a police state if you have not yet been to the reality of the. morning. we are here so that was a bit of their call and now i'm joined by the organizer of the upcoming rally here in washington the million mask march john anthony fair hurst thank you so much for joining me thanks for coming down you know all right john you say a police state they say secure state what do you think about that dilemma. i think
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it's kind of like a lot of crime you know that you can't give up your freedom just to be safe you know the main criticism is that such a decentralized force will die down like as the occupy movement has the many ways i'm going to explain what i mean i mean did they did they stop the overtake the corporate overtake no they did not will you stop the n.s.a. what is your answer to that like to you know but you know. i think we're not we're not slowing down we're speeding up i mean this started this with want to vent here in washington d.c. and as of the last i looked last night we had over four hundred marches on november fifth and over one hundred fifty different countries and that doesn't look like it's marsala not at all john i looked at the agenda of the rally it's very diverse it's against the persecution of whistleblowers it's against monsanto the biggest producer of genetically modified seeds tell me about the agenda what are you trying
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to change we're trying to change a lot of stuff that's going on in this world like i said as far as like the food that we police state for wars like they're spending money in other countries and all the stuff that's going on in the night is spent and here you know i was just talking to my friends you want to wait for michigan you know and they're talking about like all these abandoned buildings i can you can you fix somebody else's house before you fix your own you know you got to you know there's people all over the world that need some serious change and that's what we're doing here. well we are closely following the marches as more and more countries join in the day of global action demonstrations have already taken place in the cities across australia south africa and asia and you can also had online tortilla com for the latest updates and images from the rallies. today within the four hundred cities around the globe are hosting a mass rally for fairness justice three. million
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mask march on r.g.p. and r t dot com while the u.k. is operating a secret listening station within a stone's throw of the german parliament that's what the british newspaper the independent has revealed citing leaked documents from edward snowden the equipment house on the u.k. embassy roof could be intercepting phone calls and long distance communications across berlin are just peed all over him has more on the latest spy exposure. it's a case of another day another case of spying on each other this time it's the turn of the british it seems these allegations in documents leaked by edward snowden suggest that on the roof of the british embassy here in berlin just a short way away from where we are here at the ripley studios there was a online listed on the roof listening post now if that's the case it comes just a week after the united states of supposedly removed
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a listening post of their own on the roof of their embassy which is just next door to the british embassy here in the german capital now there is the argument that this is what they do however there is certainly going to be repercussions from this if it turns out that it is true that the british had this. this this what it would be called an intercept nest on the roof of their embassy it's certainly going to be toxic for relations between germany and britain to close allies within europe and it also comes at a time where german officials are in washington to try and get some kind of agreement on not spying on each other so all of this information coming out it seems in a relentless fashion showing that all of these people who held hands as friends around the world wall secretly listening in to what each other were doing now it's been said that the e.u. have asked david cameron's british government for for answers on this the british
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government have said well it's a matter of security and they don't comment on matters of security it all seems like a very easy and city give but this to be repercussions from this and it does seem that just because you're a little paranoid doesn't mean that everybody isn't spying on. money troubles and job losses are pushing europeans to the far right and that's what the latest opinion polls show months ahead of parliamentary elections mainstream politicians an analyst say it's too early to predict just how many seats the euro skeptic and nationalist parties could win it may twenty fourth t.v. broadcast image suggest and parties could score from twenty to thirty percent of the vote this year in austria on the far right secured one fifth of the ballot the movement for a batter hungary made big inroads abah national assembly in twenty ten the same year in la via the national alliance came in fourth and twenty eleven the true
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fence party drupal it shared of the national vote r.t. says are so he reports now from france where the nationalist movement is one of the strongest in europe. the minced no words the doctors will. european people are realizing that the using them part of the soviet union in fact is destroying their freedom. the authorisation of islamic mass immigration to europe has been one of the greatest mistakes of recent decades. and they're all fired up to continue. this so shake the system. there are two increasingly popular figure heads riding a wave of nationalist movements across europe not quite in the mainstream but no longer on the fringes either germany france the netherlands belgium austria greece italy and the u.k. all seeing the success of political parties which in varying degrees are anti e.u.
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in its current form anti euro and anti immigration. hopes but that day europe doesn't have economic growth nor does it really have the right and the left did not manage to resolve the problems under foreign feeds off until a new pool of voting intentions show that nearly a quarter of french voters would vote for france's national front in the may twenty four thousand european parliament elections that's ahead of the country's two leading parties and the swing to the right could very well sweep across europe as well in the pens national front and the dutch and is the politician have to builders party for freedom plan their move that's despite reports that builders in the past disapproved of and to submit it remarks by lipans father while a pen reportedly described the dutch as more radical than she was when it came to islam it was of this restaurant the two of the most confrontational politicians in europe sat down over a meal and got to know each other and in the end they realized that they had more
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in common that they might have initially thought so much so that full political parties that claimed patriotism they decided to put their differences aside and pursue an ambitious goal changing europe's grand plan but blues. europeans and the french have understood that the political structure the defense people of the best the nation but today the decisions are made in brussels early in washington they're not made in france and this cannot go on while a potential alliance between far right parties is already stoking fear into some in the e.u. italian premier and recollect a call the growing popularity of euro skeptics and the far right as the most dangerous phenomenon facing the european union that could lead to the most and to european parliament in history in the end it's a numbers game as far as that's concerned the rise of the right is not quite just a blip on europe's radar. r.t.e.
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paris the president of the commission. called on the pro european forces to take the lead and not give the initiative to extremist movements some analysts believe voters are turning away from mainstream parties because there is little difference in their programs. these parties provide something that their stablished parties do not provide today people are sometimes feel discontented that i did a logical space between established partisan shrinking and if you feel like you don't want to vote for the incumbent party and then you feel what you don't have any other part is to vote for and then you kind of tend to go to these populist parties that's on that question also these parties have been there today a lot better. ten fifteen years ago so there's a combination of a lot of factors that affect us meanwhile on the other side of the atlantic some rural communities are pushing for the creation all but a new state. as american voters head to the polls on election day hundreds of
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thousands of citizens in colorado are voting on a ballot initiative to establish the fifty first us states details straight ahead. also on its way beauty queens from eighty six nations bride now the russian capital as a gears up for the miss universe contest. the world's. technology innovation hall believes developments from around russia we've got the future are covered. if you review economic up downs in the final. days belong to the old
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shanghai and the rest because i was doing the case you will be everything we need. hello welcome back now issue in libya has sworn in a breakaway government dealing a new blow to the embattled central authority in tripoli named syrian i have my local militias the area is home to a large share of the country's oil reserves it's also the birthplace of the revolution that overthrew modern khadafi and the rebels led by
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a powerful libyan warlord blocked oil flows in the province the summer leading to fifty percent drop in exports prime minister ali's don has said he won't order a military campaign to oust armed forces from big oil terminals because there's no organized national force in tripoli that could take on such a task the government's been losing popularity over its failure to deal with corruption and rising instability since the fall of gadhafi some alice say foreign meddling is only making matters worse. the central government in tripoli is not strong enough by itself to impose its rule all over the country so the reality on the ground is that there are more than one libya today and we have to see if the men that they find in agreement to maintain the composition of the body it would be within a commonly b.-a or if the very way altogether their old will forces that are intervening from outside of libya so i wouldn't be surprised if the area would start looking
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east of southeast that are about two hundred forty tribes in the bia and tribes are very important for the running of the territory is not just a sort of. a reminder. of like we can imagine from the western tribes that they count they controlled people in the territory it depends how much they bargain among themselves but it may also end up that they fight each other and this is very difficult to predict it depends also by which support from outside this new independent unit who would acquire. well he may have may have abandoned its nuclear ambitions long ago but ross stockpiles remain in the country and they are causing major concern russia's now sounding the alarm over a warehouse packed with highly radioactive material that's in danger of falling into the wrong hands we've got that story on our website r.t.
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dot com. during time for someone else's crime a man is convicted of robbing a bakery you despite having solid proof that he was nowhere near the scene had to argue don't call for all the details. right see. first strike. and i would think that you're. on our reporters would. be in the.
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cross talk rules in effect and you can jump in anytime you want. now another breakaway movement is gathering steam this time in the u.s. state of colorado people in several counties are about to cast their vote on whether to form their own independent state looks into what set them on this passed . in a state of five point one million people democracy is failing the minority and a battle to break away has begun or trying to address
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a kind of systemic issue within the country which is this rural versus urban divide eleven colorado counties approximately four hundred thousand citizens are voting on a ballot initiative that would pave the way for creating the fifty first us state the urban areas can assert their well against the rural communities and it is like taxation not representation and that the rural communities don't have a voice to block the things that are being forced upon them earlier this year colorado's democratically controlled legislature exerted its power by passing laws fiercely unpopular in the northeastern parts of the state among them. historic gun control laws and mandating only rural areas to produce twenty percent of their energy from renewable sources a move officials say will crush farmers and ranchers while also raising the cost of electricity urban legislators imposed one standard on rural colorado and
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exempted themselves out of that same standard for their urban constituents one might call that tyranny in my thirteen years plus of being a county commissioner i have never seen folks this frustrated this discontent this feeling of this disenfranchise in addition to sending a message to lawmakers here in denver supporters of the fifty first state say their ballot initiative also serves as inspiration for the many other u.s. cities and states with their own secession movements i get fold calls on a regular basis. at least once a week from citizens in other states saying hey what are you guys doing out there how you doing this from vermont and north carolina to texas and california the u.s. has seen a rapid spine. in secession movements blazing across the nation in the past decade as the united states has grown extremely divided i hope that there's a recognition that
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a disconnect exists not just here in colorado but in other states and that we need to begin to address that problem the problem of america's partisan politics extends all the way up to the top last month's dysfunctional stalemate in washington caused a sixteen day government shutdown the next step beyond this is going to be more than likely a twenty fourteen statewide ballot initiative which everybody in the state would be able to vote about point which would redraw the boundaries of the state of colorado however this coveted swing state can only be torn in two with the approval of u.s. congress a powerful legislative body known best for its own failure at reaching compromise. r.t. colorado. and a quick look now at some other stories from around the world so around eight hundred people have been rallying in southern ukraine and support of closer ties with russia and against a looming trade deal with the european union demonstrators burned e.u.
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flags despite public resistance ukraine's government is pushing ahead with a partnership deal which could be signed at the end of this month. thousands of garbage collectors and street cleaners have been gathering in madrid to protest against mass layoffs government cuts around one thousand staff stand to lose their jobs adding to the hundreds of workers who were laid off in august well other workers burnt to trash cans and the chant of calls for the mayor to resign. police say a gunman who opened fire in a shopping mall in new jersey has been found dead the man let off several rounds seemingly at random without injuring anyone before shooting himself in the head his body was found in a back room after a massive manhunt involving hundreds of police officers both inside and outside the building where this is say the shooter repeatedly fired at security cameras. now in
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the steps of castle stan engineers are making the final preparations for thursday soyuz rocket to lift off and if you take out a closer look you can see there's something special about its exterior it is in fact the logo of this sort sheet twenty fourteen winter games the i assess crew will be taking the olympic torch was a into orbit we're now seeing time lapse food at the rocket be installed on the launch pad. now russia's capital is sparkling was gloss and glamour this week as beauties from eighty six countries fly in for the miss universe competition and it's the first time moscow is hosted the pageant would say it's following the event for us. to say
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that they've been stopping traffic and breaking a few hearts along the way that understatement these girls eighty six of them from eighty six countries have been here in the capital for the last two weeks enjoying some of russia's cultural as well as doing a little bit of philanthropy while they've been here they've been around cultural centers where they've painted. the man who doesn't want to take away a little bit of russia when they go back home they've also done further issues on red square iconic center of moscow visited the bolshoi theater and amongst that also had a little bit of fun of course down at the racetrack just testing out some of those luxury cars that we all see a round the capitol here but my personally they all about charity given it's part of their work and they visited a couple of local apology centers with my parents and children have given gives as well as spend time with the children but of course today is the start of the official start of the news universe contact it will seek something contestants been
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picked today who will compete on saturday for that crown of miss universe at the crocus hall in moscow will be giving you all the updates and who doesn't want to be crowned miss universe while from us to bankers because in just a couple of minutes max kaiser is taking on the bankers. remember way back when we first talked about the first downloadable guns that could be printed out on a three d. printer at home while technology moves pretty quickly because british police have already busted in legal armory pretty out firearm parts and special three d. printers this technology may make gun control literally impossible in the same way that banning and burning books has become futile and the past they used to be able to just burn books or forbid them from being printed but in the age of the internet
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all you need is a scanner and an internet connection and the information that's found in a book cannot be destroyed because it is out there on the magical ether of the air at so basically the near future any person with even half a brain and some patients can start making guns in their basement which means the gun control laws will basically become pointless because they'll never be able to catch all the people doing it nor will be able to take the guns not even obama or the hardest of hardcore liberals this technology could be the best thing to happen to the second amendment ever but i shust my opinion. did you know the price is the only industry specifically mentioned in the constitution and. that's because a free and open process is critical to our democracy albus. role. in
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fact the single biggest threat facing our nation today is the corporate takeover of our government and across several we've been hijacked lying handful of transnational corporations that will profit by destroying what our founding fathers once it's all just my job market and on this show we reveal the big picture of what's actually going on in the world we go beyond identifying the problem trucks and rational debate and a real discussion of critical issues facing america by a different bill ready to join the movement then welcome to the big picture. told me my language as well but i will only react to situations i haven't read the reports but i'm likely to push the know i will leave them to the state department to comment on your latter point of the month to say to mr kerry you have a car is on the docket no gonna. take you know no more weasel words
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when you fade a direct question and be prepared for a change when you throw a punch be ready for a. freedom of speech a little down to freedom to costs. please please . welcome to the kaiser report i am max kaiser remember remember it's yet again the fifth of november and banks there's a con man still rule it's been four hundred years that rebuilding sailed for
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a rope or rope was the last never held and for this reason choose those plots to look indeed it was blankfein a diamond who did these schemes called ponzi contrived to blow the global economy sky high with three quadrillion derivatives lay deep in dark pools that did prove the markets overthrow. the markets go boom with the economy what are wealth and when the smoke did clear away the tollbooths are here to stay life liberty and the pursuit of happiness speech assembly and association were no longer fricken free all but a dollar a nickel and a dime so remember remember that every fifth of november when we pay warner brothers is copy white told we must drop another penny to the guy they call jamie carney or blith pip pip or a penny for the guy stacy herbert yeah roxas the tollbooth economy. the november the president wants you to get rich on obamacare you
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being the bank of course this is tom scully in the new york times and he was he was involved in the introduction of medicare schedule d. which is that trillions to our health care bill in the united states but he was talking to hedge funds and private equity about obamacare and he said it's not a government takeover of medicine it's the privatization of health care you know i call this the digital divide or digital apartheid in america you notice that when it comes to hardware software to run a massive surveillance state run out of the n.s.a. be after the government things seem to work. flawlessly but rolling out a computer program for health care oh it's stinks it's full of bugs it we have to be rebuilt it's overly costly it's the digital apartheid if you live on one side of the apartheid wall like that guy scully then everything works great if you live on the other side of the apartheid wall like ninety eight percent of the american population nothing works and cost too much and you live in a.


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